Fantastically situated at the crest of Scenic Drive in the Berwick Views Estate, is this well appointed family home which is sure to tick all the boxes. Offering a great floor plan over two levels, the home consists of four spacious bedrooms plus a study, three separate living zones, and three bathrooms providing ample accommodation for the whole family.
The highlight of this home is the breath-taking pergola area which has been carefully crafted to accommodate fantastic outdoor entertaining. The space features a wood-fire oven and space for either a third enclosed car spot, home office or games area, perfectly encapsulating the great Australian Dream.
Not only this, inside of the home is sure to impress with two master bedrooms accompanied by an ensuite and semi-ensuite on the first level, two separate living zones and the immaculate kitchen featuring stone bench tops and high quality stainless steel SMEG appliances. The second level is comprised of a third living zone, third bathroom and two further spacious bedrooms with built in wardrobes. Further essentials include ducted heating and evaporative cooling.
You are conveniently located within close proximity to quality schools including Haileybury College, St Margarets, Berwick High School and Beaconsfield Primary School. Other amenities close by include the Beaconsfield main street, Casey Hospital, St John of God Hospital, public transport and freeway access. Call Jack today to express your interest!
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